SCADuino is a 3D printable version of the Breadboard Arduino at Arduino.cc. Using OpenSCAD and the SCADBoard library it is easy to create a 3D printable breadboard like the Breadboard Arduino.
…The design for the Breadboard Arduino can be found at the Arduino website here. The Arduino site has a step-by-step instruction for assembling the boards plus a bill of materials – the necessary components. All of the components are easy to find on SparkFun and Adafruit. We built the Breadboard Arduino first and used it as a reference to build our SCADuino. We also recommend using an Arduino Uno R3 like this for programming the SCADuino. We program and then pop out the Atmega328 and put it in the SCADuino.
…We developed two versions of the SCADuino; one with normal size thru holes and one with oversized thru-holes that will fit 2 wires in each hole. Both versions are included in the SCAD file. The code is straight forward with comments in the code. The pictures represent the 2-wire version. Please note the SCADBoard library is here….
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